masted masted  /ˈmæ stəd/


  • (adj) having or furnished with a mast; often used in combination


  1. On board the little three-masted Mathew were 18 men.
  2. Out on the river, others were enjoying afternoon outings on high-masted sail boats called feluccas.
  3. Here it is transshipped to three-masted Gloucester fishing smacks, carrying 2,000 cases each, which make up the Block Island squadron.


  1. Homeward bound

    DUBLIN — The tall ships looked majestic as they sailed into the bay — replicas of the masted, rigged vessels that once transported millions of emigrants from these shores.
    on June 16, 2013     Source: Asbury Park Press

  2. Sails offered aboard historic schooner Adventuress in Bellingham

    BELLINGHAM - Adventuress, a historic twin-masted schooner built in 1913, is in Bellingham for sails
    on June 15, 2013     Source: The Bellingham Herald


  1. "In addition, we also strongly believe that there is only one commemorative day each year where the National Flag needs to be half-masted," Watt wrote in a covering letter to Kenney. "That is Remembrance Day. Our rationale in this case is...
    on Mar 31, 2008 By: Robert Watt Source: Toronto Star

  2. "As the captain of the ship, I'd be directing my crew," Norm said quietly. "I'd have cannons, depending on how large the target I'm after. I always like to think my boat is more powerful, at least 160 feet -- a multi-masted 200-footer."
    on Jun 28, 2006 By: Norman Mineta Source: Washington Post

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